Consorting notices issued to Mount Cotton man and Boronia Heights man as police investigate gang activity in Logan

Two men were charged and further consorting notices, banning gang members from gathering, have been issued after a disturbance at a Loganholme hotel in March.

Officers from Taskforce Maxima, Organised Crime Gangs Group, yesterday charged two men for public nuisance offences after the incident on March 8.

Detectives are investigating the incident which involved Mongrel Mob and Finks organised motorcycle gang members in the altercation.

Police issued a 23-year-old man from Sunnybank Hills and a 29-year-old man for Boronia Heights with consorting notices and public nuisance infringement notices.

After inquiries into another incident consorting notices were also issued to two Bandido OMCG members living at Oxenford and Mount Cotton.

Consorting notices make it illegal for members to associate or keep company with other gang members.

Taskforce Maxima south east region officer-in-charge, Detective Senior Sergeant Troy Lehmann, said police will continue to target gang behaviour.

"We will continue to suppress gang-related violence within Gold Coast and Logan community, taking action at every opportunity to disrupt their illegal, and antisocial behaviour," Detective Senior Sergeant Lehmann said.

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